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Published as: Art Springs Eternal Interior Design: Dorothy WillettsText: Erika HeetPhotography: Sam Frost The first thing one sees when entering a house in the California desert by Palm Springs designer Dorothy Willetts is the art: big, bold yellow and red flowers by Donald Sultan; the teal, butterscotch, polka-dotted and striped Reflections on Brushstrokes by Roy […]
Offices and meeting rooms are nestled among tropical plants in this wealth management centre in Singapore by local studio Ministry of Design. Conceived as a "banking conservatory", the verdant scheme won an international competition launched by Citibank Singapore last year that invited entrants to reimagine the conventional interiors often associated with financial institutions. The brief
Canadian studio Jean Verville Architecte has created a theatrical interior inside a Montreal house by adding a large steel structure capped by a skylight that casts dramatic shadows. For the project, called MSO; Play/Pause, the studio completely reorganised the interior of the building and built a 12-metre-high steel lightwell in the centre of the three-storey
Beyond Space has created a flexible office interior for a security company in Amsterdam using a colourful grid system that allows the user to change the layout when needed. Informed by an endless repeating grid system, the studio used a structure made from beams and columns to knit together two office floors. The rigid grid
Two out of five BAME interior designers have faced discrimination at work due to their ethnicity, according to a diversity survey by the British Institute of Interior Design. Conducted last year, BIID claims its Diversity in Interior Design survey is "the UK's first-ever survey of diversity in interior design". Forty-two per cent of the 109 respondents
Toronto studio Ali Budd Interiors has transformed a dated wooden log cabin into a comfortable Canadian holiday home, with a wood-lined sunroom, vintage rugs and art by Andy Warhol. The studio was asked to renovate the cottage in Muskoka, Ontario and turn it into a neutral but comfortable backdrop for its owners' extensive art collection.